Disney World is constantly changing.
The company recently announced some of the projects they’re looking to work on in the coming years, but there are some attractions that have been closed for a while that Disney hasn’t commented on. If you’re heading into Disney World in October, these are the long-term closures you need to know about.
Tiana’s Bayou Adventure
This new ride isn’t set to open until 2024, so the former home of Splash Mountain will be closed for a while longer.
1900 Park Fare
Many guests were big fans of this all-you-can-eat buffet spot and are hoping for its return. However, the longer the closure goes on, the more people have started to question if it will ever reopen.
Barrel Bridge on Tom Sawyer Island
More recently, the Barrel Bridge on Tom Sawyer Island randomly disappeared. When we asked Cast Members, we were told there was no estimated reopening date.
This doesn’t mean the island is closed as a whole, you can still take the raft over, but part of the island remains unreachable without the bridge.
Voyage of the Little Mermaid
Yes, Voyage of the Little Mermaid is also still closed over in Disney’s Hollywood Studios. This was a live stage show that told the story of the original animated Little Mermaid film.
This is another closure that started along with the rest of the park in 2020 but hasn’t reopened since. And again, many guests are unsure if it will ever return.
Over in EPCOT’s Morocco Pavilion, Restaurant Marrakesh has also been closed since the 2020 park closures.
This is especially unfortunate because while there are many restaurants in EPCOT’s World Showcase, many guests really enjoyed this spot. We’re hoping to see it return someday!
We’re expecting to hear soon if/when this water park will open, as the water parks have traded off the past few years — when one is open, the other is closed. Since Typhoon Lagoon has been open all year, we’re expecting to hear soon when it will close to make way for Blizzard Beach.
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Which of these closures do you want to see return the fastest? Tell us in the comments!